Pronounced 'keen-wa', what is all the fuss about this ancient grain?
(Date published: 22/03/2012)
Are chocolate and cocoa healthy? Should we be including them as part of a balanced diet. It is OK in small quantities but perhaps evidence at this stage is not strong in support of more than small amounts as treats.
(Date published: 13/06/2006 9:21:00 AM)
Craisin are dried Cranberries. They are a delicious substitute for sultanas but tart with a very bold taste.
(Date published: 30/09/2003 4:54:00 PM)
The flavour of coconut in food is currently very popular. There are increasing numbers of coconut products in the shops for use in curries and other dishes.
(Date published: 1/08/2003)
There is a difference in nutrient analysis with silverbeet and spinach. Some recipes work better with one rather than the other.
(Date published: 1/05/2003 5:44:00 PM)
Barley was one of the earliest cereal foods and is an underused grain in the Australian diet.
(Date published: 1/09/2002)
Inulin is a naturally- occurring carbohydrate, containing non-digestible fructo-oligosaccharides(fruit sugars).
(Date published: 18/08/2002)
There’s no aroma like that of freshly baked bread. Bread is a staple food that is good for you, is economical, as well as being quite versatile.
(Date published: 5/06/2002)
Legumes are all beans, lentils and dried peas and are a healthy addition to our diet.
(Date published: 23/05/2002)
China, Japan and Korea all have slightly different soy sauces and often they have different uses. Know your soy sauces and choose accordingly.
(Date published: 22/01/2001)